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Tapping into the Fedora Core 5 Rawhide repository, it appears the developers have made better use of the capabilities of GNOME v2.13/2.14 with the notification framework. GNOME is heavily working on recommendations for its Human Interface Guidelines in the notification framework before GNOME v2.16 hits full swing. The below notification was from Fedora Core 5 and is displaying an alert about a network connection being disconnected.